These six houses were the only unaffected houses in San Francisco after an magnitude 8 earthquake, so they are known as the six sisters. So far, the house is still inhabited, and it is really a blessing. Whether you are in San Francisco's scenic postcards, calendars, or magnets, T-shirts, music boxes, key rings, etc., you will definitely see six sisters. The six sisters are next to Alamo Square Park, lined up in a row from top to bottom. This is the Victorian Queen Anne-style house, known as the Painted Ladies. Behind the six sisters is downtown San Francisco, with Alamo Square at the top and excellent views.
Address: Fulton St. at Steiner St.
Painted Ladies is a block and San Francisco landmark
painted lady is actually an architectural style used to describe Victorian and Edwardian style buildings
mostly decorated with three or more colors of its details
The most famous is the 6-story side-by-side Victorian building commonly known as the Six Sisters House
many tourists and the locals who come to sit in the green area of the Alamo Square
quietly enjoy the sun bathing with their own Bao feels the weekend of the arrival of the early spring
painted lady's block on a few streets to see the city hall in San Francisco
San Francisco City Hall is the government office building of the San Francisco Civic Center
has a distinct academic style
The huge dome is ranked 5th in the world
The current town hall building replaces the old town hall
completely destroyed by the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. For the architectural enthusiasts, the scenery here is undoubtedly one. Field visual feast
Alamo Square has a lush green hilltop and is one of the best photography spots as well as a great place to go for a sunbathe. On the east side of Steiner Street there is a collection of Queen Anne architectural houses that are the hallmarks of San Francisco architecture. The most famous is the six sisters (Six Sisters), also known as the "Painted Ladies" Victorian villa. This is the only remaining six Victorian buildings in San Francisco. They are often found in landscape books and are now a legacy of San Francisco and a must-see place for tourists.
The Painted Ladies - Alamo Square in San Francisco allows you to Indulge your pleasure in extravagantly remodeled Victorian and Edwardian mansions. Built for high-ups like the archbishop and foreign consuls from Russian and Germany, young newcomers to the area began restoring these houses in the 1960's. They painted them in three or more colors to emphasize their architectural details. This is the place to take many pictures as it was the backdrop for many movies, television shows and commercials.